Well, here in Japan, we have a concept called ‘yutori,’ and it is spaciousness. It’s a kind of living with spaciousness. For example, it’s leaving early enough to get somewhere so that you know you’re going to arrive early, so when you get there, you have time to look around.
“Take a walk at night. Walk so silently that the bottoms of your feet become ears”
to overcome imposter syndrome, have confidence in your depth of curiosity rather than your expertise.
"One of the special problems faced by artists and activists interested in documenting lasting damage to the land caused by nuclear test bombs or by nuclear power accidents is that it can be challenging to depict the harm done to terrain that is both commercially and aesthetically devalued. This sort of topography has long been considered somewhat unproductive, lifeless, or useless, with disregard for its complex desert ecosystem and diverse animal life."